Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Didact, Jan 12, 2008.
Safe with an unrifled barrel with improved choke?
as long as it's a rifled slug. sure
if you want fail and aids, sure.
You need a cylinder choke (ie, no choke) barrel if you want to use slugs.
lolz...you dont want to shoot slugs with anything other than cylinder choke
Which happens first, the fail or the aids? Are they cause and effect or do both just happen to occur at simultaneously?
My slug barrel for my 870 is improved cylinder, no aids or fail yet
same for the Mossberg 500
well, me = noob with shotguns, but it would seem to me that having a non-cylinder choke would be the same as your barrel diameter getting smaller on a rifle
Choke is fine I think, but it decreases the accuracy.
for slugs that is.